Can anyone really prevent hairloss?If yes how

@nar8988 (409)
December 28, 2009 11:43pm CST
Frnd I think most of love our hair and do everything to keep them in shape.But what can you do when you see yourself that you are loosing your hair slowly,yes i am going through this phase and I think I will really become hairless if this continues,and won't be able to move out of house with my bald head,have u any way to stop it which really works,or are u also going throgh this phase.Or u don't have this problem and what is the reason
4 responses
• United States
29 Dec 09
So far I have a small amount of a receding hair line, but It's not a problem for me. There are only two things that to my knowledge have had any real, lasting effect on hair loss. One of them is a rogaine. The other is alot more expensive, and extreme, but if you have the money, then you can now have hair surgically transplanted. In either case you should talk to your doctor about it. Every over the counter remedy I have ever seen is a waste of time and money.
@nar8988 (409)
29 Dec 09
you are correct most of these remedies just dont benifit,but I can't have a surgical transplant as it is really too much ,I have not lost my hair completely,but I am loosing it slowly.
@alfroi635 (299)
• Philippines
23 Jan 10
I also experiencing this at my young age... What I do today is I undergo twice a month of hair spa. Experts believe that hair spa let opens your closed hair passage. It will not thicken your hair but it will promote natural growth and a strong healthy hair. Hair spa also heals dandruff and moisturize a dry scalp that that causes hair fall. I hope my comment will be appreciated.
@BART78 (2933)
• Canada
29 Dec 09
when i learned that we had male pattern baldness in your family and my hair is slowy shreading i take a look to my lifestyle, i stop staying late up at night, and if i can't avoid it i make sure i won't take a shower in the morning and i regularly massage my hair with minoxidil and as much as possible avoid stress..
@rainie30 (147)
• United States
29 Dec 09
You can try a couple of different oils. Amala oil and lavender oil are the two that come to mind. Be careful though and do research before you do! :)